Quentin Tarantino’s potential Star Trek film took one step closer to reality today.
Join the Shuttle Pod crew as they discuss what a Quentin Tarantino Star Trek might look like.
News that Tarantino is working on Trek has moved the actor from a ‘maybe’ to a ‘yes, please.’
The screenwriter for ‘The Revenant’ may pen the next ‘Star Trek’ movie.
Stewart is open to playing Jean-Luc Picard again…under the right circumstances.
Sources say the controversial director has pitched a story idea to J.J. Abrams and plans to assemble a writing team to flesh out a script.
William Shatner ponders one more time in his iconic role as Kirk.
The wait for news on movement for the next Star Trek feature film continues.
There is also a business update related to Paramount’s reaction to J.J. Abrams signing on for another Star Wars movie.
Speaking at the Continuing Voyage convention in Chicago, the actor also talks about a storyline he wanted for Star Trek Beyond and more
And in more of our business update, Paramount renews deal with ‘Star Trek Beyond’ partner.
Also talks about how he almost didn’t return for Beyond, the character of McCoy and how he may return to TV as Judge Dredd.
Another Star Trek movie actor awaits word from the studio to get ready to suit up again.
And the new CEO of Paramount is also talking (briefly) about the future of Star Trek
Meyer talks Discovery chronology, a new project, and Stella the Star Trek Dog
Zachary Quinto talks about the status on the next Star Trek feature film, including what he knows about a script.
The Shuttle Pod crew take a moment to look at the latest Star Trek news.
The latest on Chris Pine’s busy schedule, and ever-changing hair.
The fate of the Star Trek film franchise is in new hands.
While there has been a lot of news about the next Trek TV show (Star Trek: Discovery coming to CBS All Access this fall), news on Paramount’s plans for the next feature film is much more scarce. However, there was a mention about the future of the Trek film franchise by the CEO of Viacom, Paramount’s parent company, at an investor event this week.
In an interview promoting Armani fragrances, actor Chris Pine spoke briefly (and vaguely) about the follow-up to Star Trek Beyond. More info on that plus Zoe Saldana is gearing up to return to Pandora and there is news on a Paramount management shakeup. Check it all out below.
Star Trek Beyond has largely exited theatres domestically and now heads to home video release, first debuting on digital downloads (iTunes/VUDU/etc.) tomorrow (Oct. 4) and on disc in a few more weeks (Nov. 1). In our estimation, the film underperformed at the box office globally to the point where it looks to be unprofitable for Paramount Pictures, at least for now. This article examines the near-final numbers for Beyond, seeks to answer the question why this happened, and analyzes what this could mean for the future of the Kelvin Timeline on the big screen.
A long and profitable run for Star Trek Beyond at the domestic box office is in question as the film only took in $24.7 million in its second week in release, second to Jason Bourne’s $59.2 million, according to Box Office Mojo. Beyond barely edged out newly-released Bad Moms to secure the second place spot, but saw its earnings drop 58.2% from its opening weekend.
Four days before the release of Star Trek Beyond, Paramount Pictures, Skydance, and Bad Robot announced that “Star Trek 4″would be made with Chris Hemsworth reprising his role as George Kirk. However, J.J. Abrams’s comments on July 20th at the red carpet premiere of Beyond in San Diego cast doubt on the status of the film.
Today, Paramount Pictures registered the title “STAR TREK 4” with the Motion Picture Association of America, TrekMovie has confirmed. Combined with the fact that Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto already signed on for a fourth film and talk from Simon Pegg that Beyond won’t be a “trilogy ender”, it’s looking more like Star Trek 4 is in our future.
Paramount is doubling down on the rebooted Trek movie franchise – spurring lazy entertainment reporters around the world to reuse clichés about “boldly going.” The reboot actors – Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, etc. – originally signed contracts committing them to just three pictures, but according to The Hollywood Reporter, Paramount and Spyglass Entertainment are in the process of signing them on for a fourth installment.